sexta-feira, março 23, 2012
«It is no accident that Henry Mancini became the first publicly successful and personally recognizable film composer in history — practically a brand name in pop culture. He was perfectly placed, by time and temperament, to be a bridge between the traditions of the big band period of World War II and the eclectic impatience of the baby boomer generation that followed, between the big formal orchestral film scores of Hollywood’s so-called Golden Years and a modern American minimalist approach.»
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